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Charred Tomatoes with Fried Eggs on Garlic Toast

Recipe photo courtesy of Ryan Liebe

When tomatoes are cooked in a healthy fat like olive oil, it increases our absorption of the phytochemical lycopene, which may lower the risk of heart disease.

Source: Martha Stewart Living, September 2013
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  • MS10487980
    16 AUG, 2017
    I love this recipe and halve it for myself for lunch/brunch/lite dinner. However, charring the tomatoes for 4 minutes makes the eggs very cold and I absolutely hate cold eggs. So - I char the tomatoes first, then add oil to fry the eggs. Hot eggs on top of the cool tomatoes is okay. The reverse, not so much.
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  • MS10685424
    16 AUG, 2017
    I would love to watch the videos on these recipes as they do not come up. Please advise. Thank you
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  • Karenfla7730
    16 AUG, 2017
    I haven't made the recipe of garlic toast & fried eggs yet I will as I love fried one of my favorite breakfast items to make. Over the weekend I did make kettle chip nachos only I used lays chip & pickled diced jalapenos & shredded cheese very good & simple to make .I also made lighter chicken salad instead of celery I used a Apple & honey dejon mustard really good .
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  • pfox003comcast
    18 JUN, 2017
    Such a pretty and tasty dish for breakfast or brunch!
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  • victorialynn121
    12 JUN, 2017
    When I am cooking eggs for breakfast, I always flip them. Are you not suppose to flip eggs if you are wanting some of the yolk to run?
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  • Sylvia Gabriel Flores
    6 JAN, 2014
    This recipe is awesome! I made some alterations - I seared the sliced tomatoes with sliced garlic in a little olive oil and drizzled a little balsamic reduction on top with fresh cracked pepper. I put all that on super nutty bread and instead of frying the eggs, I poached them. It was AMAZING! I have pinned it, and am enjoying this bad boy a couple times a week. (And sometimes with avocado)
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  • VA Mimi
    30 OCT, 2013
    Really delicious! The tomato sweetens when cooked this way, and the garlic is lovely with the egg. Cooking directions are well described. We served it with leftover soup, and a small salad. Thanks so much for an easy, but tasty, dinner recipe.
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    • MS10119735
      16 AUG, 2017
      Really should char the tomatoes first instead of letting them get cold, or add to egg pan. I detest cold food.

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